Members of the European GNSS Agency (GSA) Market Development team sit down for a Q&A on the latest GNSS market trends and inside look at the GSA Market Report.
As part of a recent GPS World webinar, members of the European GNSS Agency (GSA) Market Development team sit down for a Q&A on the latest GNSS market trends and inside look at the GSA Market Report.
With more than 4 billion GNSS devices on the global market today, Location Based Services (LBS) devices make up the majority of that number – a number that is expected to grow in coming years. The European GNSS Agency (GSA) takes an inside look at the LBS market, the latest trends and the challenges ahead.
The GSA supports entrepreneurs and businesses using European GNSS technology by providing key insights and analysis into the GNSS market across all market segments.
According to the GSA, entrepreneurship plays a key role in the development of innovative satellite applications.
New GSA video profiles how European GNSS powered Location Based Services help users better explore the great outdoors.
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) joins the international maritime community at TransNav 2015 to discuss the use of GNSS within the maritime sector.
For some users of location based and T&S services, the loss or corruption of a satellite signal can have critical consequences. For sensitive applications that require a high level of service continuity, Public Regulated Services (PRS) may represent the answer.
From June 9-11, members of the aviation equipment manufacturing industry gathered to move forward on standardising aircraft equipment for European GNSS. The meeting was part of Working Group 62 of the European Organisation for Civil Aviation Equipment (EUROCAE), the organisation responsible for developing aviation standards.
The UKRAINE project, an EU funded project under Horizon 2020 managed by the European GNSS Agency (GSA), seeks to create broad implementation of E-GNSS in Ukraine. The goal is to better understand the potential market for satellite navigation systems like Galileo and EGNOS across various Ukrainian sectors.